The Herald (Harare)

13 June 2012

Zimbabwe: Prezzo, Goldie Gossiping Lovers

Prezzo has now recruited his girl as his new gossiping accomplice. Goldie has up to now isolated herself from any underhanded antics in the House but now it looks like there is no limits to the lengths the singer will go to for her man.

For most of the evening the two isolated themselves from the rest of the Housemates preferring to sit outside.

During their chit-chat all the Housemates were in the firing line to Prezzo's lethal tongue. The rapper did most of the talking while Goldie giggled like a schoolgirl at every little thing.

Talking to his "golden one" the Kenyan accused Keitta of being untrustworthy. "Homeboy is a sell-out," Prezzo declared. Goldie then asked her man to make examples and Prezzo dished her about his private conversation with Keitta in which he revealed that Maneta and Barbz had gossiped about Prezzo and Goldie's relationship.

According to Prezzo, following the conversation Keitta promised to keep his distance from the girls but failed to do keep to his word. Goldie was visibly hurt by the news of the other VIP ladies gossiping about them.

Prezzo warned his girl to not act upon this info and told her not to get emotional or else he would never share any news with her ever again.

The rapper also confessed that he just pretends some of the other Housemates and smiles in front of their faces even though he knows deep down inside he dislikes that person he made an example with Lady May whom he labelled "a tortoise" and Barbz whom he called an idiot. -- DStv.

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